Boidi Motel

12 Houlton Rd., Baileyville, Maine, 04694, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 12 Houlton Rd., Baileyville.
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    Travel Blogs from Baileyville

    East Quoddy and FDR

    A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 10, 2014

    42 photos

    ... and stopped to skip some rocks. Afterwards, we drove into the woods, parked our car near a trail head and ventured off. About 10 minutes into our walk, we came to the cliffs where we were able to take some beautiful pictures of the cliffs and the Bay of Fundy and follow a boardwalk trail along the cliffside. It was starting to get colder, so we set back for the car and drove back to the US to visit the Eastern most point of the United States, West Quoddy Lighthouse.

    St Andrews by the Sea

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Oct 05, 2014

    48 photos

    ... sweet tooth with fresh blueberry pie and scrumptious local fudge. Leisurely coffee times were filled with great conversation and they delighted in showing us "young people" some of the techie things they knew. They were a wealth of information about all things RV, campgrounds, and life on the road. Barb and Ron are two very special people and it was a privilege to share part of their trip with ...

    Campobello Island and Tea with Eleanor Roosevelt

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... lighthouse, I noticed several lobster buoys next to the road that looked like the fisherman was getting rid of. So we stopped, and Shirley went up to the door to ask him if he was throwing them away or what. He said that she could have any of them for $5 Canadian each. We now have four buoys (two that she found on the beach in PEI and two that she bought today).

    We then drove to the Mulholland Point lighthouse, opposite the narrows ...

    Day 5 - enjoying an Eleanor-style day

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 12, 2013

    8 photos

    ... style picnic – but we had it indoors, since the weather can be so fickle there! There were hotdogs (Eleanor’s favorite), and potato salad, corn on the cob, watermelon, cookies, lemonade – in short, everything you’d expect at a picnic! It was yummy, and Colin stayed for lunch with the group to answer any last questions that we had for him.

    After lunch the group split apart for a little while. One of our participants had written a play ...

    Day 3 - we meet some of the local residents!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... opera singer, while Anna Baskerville, an African-American woman who lives nearby in Maine, sang a cappella for us the hymns and songs that were interspersed throughout the book. Marion developed a special relationship with Eleanor Roosevelt when then-first-lady Eleanor famously and very publicly resigned from the Daughters of the American Revolution in protest because the DAR refused to allow Marion to sing in their whites-only auditorium in Washington, ...